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Therapists in Brooklyn

Korin Yashar, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“It's scary, anxiety-provoking, confusing, and lonely when your foundation has been rocked by an unexpected event in your life that you feel you're unequipped to handle. It's even more troubling when more curve balls are thrown into your life and you feel that you're being sucked into a vortex of problems that are piling on top of each other. Just when you thought it was rough the road gets windier and you feel choked by the burden of issues while trying to function in your everyday life. What are you supposed to grip on to?
(718) 305-1486
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Jean E Okie, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I believe the purpose of psychotherapy is to ease emotional and relationship difficulties and increase satisfaction in life. Clients come to therapy with diverse needs, but typically they are seeking help either to deal with immediate life crises or to address ongoing challenges. In my practice these have included issues of anxiety and depression; bereavement; effects of trauma; parenting and relationship concerns; and varied behavior problems. I see both children and adults and have a subspecialty in couples counseling. For psychotherapeutic techniques to be successful they must be adapted to the client's unique needs and circumstances.
(718) 509-6676
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Flora Margolis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
“Have you recently had a baby or is your due date right around the corner? The excitement is probably starting to wear off and the exhaustion and fears are setting in. This period of your life is full of overwhelming changes. Just getting out of the house with a newborn may feel like a challenge. I am a licensed clinical social worker that focuses on providing supportive, nonjudgmental therapy in a comfortable environment for new parents. This can be a scary time for everyone and it is important to remember that you do not have to go through it alone.
(646) 462-4417
Brooklyn, New York 11231
Grazyna Kusmierska, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Do you feel that anxiety, anger, or sadness prevent you from enjoying your life or reaching your full potential? Do you act in a self-defeating way because you have difficulty managing those feelings? Your emotions can be a crucial part of your struggle with issues at work, relationships, or parenting, Therapy will help you to make sense of those emotions and change the way you react to challenges. We will work together to find your strengths and to identify and alter patterns that are detrimental to your sense of well-being, your relationships, family, or success at work.
(347) 462-0840
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Eileen M Feliciano, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“'We are all much more simply human than otherwise'. ~Harry Stack Sullivan~ I believe that one finds mental health in meaningful, connected relationships with others-our parents, partners, children, friends, siblings, and therapists. I bring warmth, humor, and honesty into my therapeutic work, and act as a support and guide as you work to improve areas of your life that you are inspired to change. I focus on growth and reparation, not pathology. I have a broad range of experience with all ages and ranges of problems, and can offer comprehensive treatment to children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups.
(646) 490-9933
Brooklyn, New York 11209
Maria R Burgio, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Even after trying everything, are you still asking yourself, "Who am I? What do I need to be happy?" I believe that good therapy is a discovery of your core being and your relationships. How you cope with stress is very important, and finding ways of handling problems will revive both your self-belief and ability to be fulfilled in relationships. Learning to communicate with a partner or child is the first step to learning to negotiate your needs and theirs. Individual, couple, and family therapy will open avenues of understanding. Pre- or post-divorce mediation and substance abuse treatment are also available.
(310) 299-2137
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Katia Tallarico, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“Have you not met the therapist for you? The right connection is an important first step. From there I work with clients to decide on individual aspects that they would like to see grow, heal and transform. Goals for therapy are established, as well as determining the steps necessary to get there, and the journey begins of becoming more conscious about yourself, your inner world, and your relationships issues through this empowering and collaborative therapeutic dynamic. Therapy can help people to resolve the barriers that interfere with positive qualities, such as joy, compassion, peace, self-esteem, spiritual connection and love.
(646) 699-3863
Brooklyn, New York 11249
Maura Sheehy Lcsw-R, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Growth, change, and healing are possible in every life. Using a warm, interactive, relational approach that is focused on becoming aware of your feelings and thoughts at a pace that fits you, we can safely discover what is standing in the way of feeling more alive, fulfilled, and free in all areas of your life. With therapy that provides a quiet place of reflection, mindfulness, insight, collaborative exploration, and practical, action-oriented strategies we can understand and begin to shift patterns of behavior, thought, and relationship--whether related to trauma or not--even those that feel impossible to change.
(646) 600-8113
Brooklyn, New York 11231
Lorraine Spruchman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked with a diverse group of clients in both in-patient and out-patient settings. I have also been in private practice for over thirty years working with children, adolescents, and adults utilizing individual, couple, family and group modalities of treatment. I have also supervised both interns and licensed clinicians and was a supervisor of intakes in a mental health clinic.
(718) 473-9949
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Toby Werdyger, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“Are you feeling anxious or stressed? It is not unusual for people to have difficulties in their relationships, career or in life. If you are overwhelmed by the stress in your life and are seeking greater peace of mind, it is time to take action to reduce the pain and discomfort. By looking for a therapist you have already taken the first step on your journey to achieve inner peace.
(347) 609-0762
Brooklyn, New York 11219
Laura Applegate, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
“My clients are children, adolescents, adults and parents experiencing life stressors, struggling with relationships, striving for personal growth or seeking change. My work commonly addresses symptoms such as anxiety, depression or general difficulty functioning in one or more areas. I use an eclectic and collaborative style to best serve each client. My highly individualized and integrative approach draws from a variety of techniques depending on specific therapeutic goals and needs. When working with children and adolescents, I find it is important and most effective if I collaborate closely with their parents to support the family system and promote optimal outcomes.
(929) 226-6627
Brooklyn, New York 11238
“I work with folks across the lifespan on identifying and managing the psychological, social, and relational impediments faced along the way. Sometimes that requires specific plans of action, sometimes exploration of challenging thoughts and feelings is needed. I am not in the business of "fixing" people or problems; we work through matters, together.
(718) 305-4732
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Dolly Moon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R, BCD
“Through a professional relationship and in a safe environment, I can help you gain insight into motives and interpersonal matters, and self-acceptance. My belief is that emotional healing is achieved through empathy, professional honesty, and careful listening. While my theoretical approaches are chiefly Relational and Interpersonal, I make thoughtful adjustments to meet individual needs.
(718) 355-9368
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Leslie Seligman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW-R
“If you are seeking therapy, you want help. You may notice difficulties relating to others, trouble at work, or you feel trapped in a life you don't want. Perhaps you don't recognize yourself, or you don't like what you see. Talking to friends has not helped, giving advice, but can't help you understand. With thoughtfulness and consideration, I listen with a trained ear for what you know and don't know. We engage in a collaborative relationship and begin to uncover your inner conflicts; talking and listening helps us get to the heart of the matter.
(347) 708-9251
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Phillip Mirell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, Ed, LCSW-R, CGP
“Psychoneuroimmunology; the field that studies the interaction between the mind and body is one of the most fascinating ways for viewing health and wellbeing. To this end, I work from the idea that wellness can only be achieved by taking all variables which may influence a person's mental and emotional functioning; whether it be environmental, interpersonal or family related. Though I tend to practice from a psychodynamic and person centered model, I use many other modalities to help alleviate pain and suffering, enabling optimal social and emotional functioning.
(718) 510-2029
Brooklyn, New York 11230
Terésa Stern, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, SEP
“Starting with your strengths, our work together can help you make changes so you can have a fuller, happier life. We'll use mind, body, and emotional awareness to increase your capacity to face challenges and heal from trauma. Clients tell me our work together has helped them discover their inner strength, goodness, and creativity and build compassion for themselves and others. I'm a warm, empathic, and nonjudgmental person, and consider it an honor to support people as they reconnect with their best selves. I work with adult individuals, parents, and children and specialize in trauma recovery.
(917) 746-0057
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Susan O'Doherty, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a published writer (both fiction and nonfiction) and also perform as a singer. I work with both artists and people who don't consider themselves artistic, but who want to discover and develop their own creativity.
(718) 412-0846
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Michael Fischman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW-R, CGP, CAMS-I
“Hello and welcome to my profile. By now I would assume that you've read several profiles on the "Psychology Today" site and by this point they are probably all sounding astonishingly similar. That's got to be frustrating. I hope that the following information concerning my practice doesn't have the same effect. Let me be brief: I work with a multitude of issues and problems that relate to: couples, anxiety, depression and anger management. I also work with addictions including eating disorders. My approach can help you work through unconscious conflict (repeating patterns again and again without understanding why) as well as compulsive behaviors such as drinking, thought ruminating and habitual behaviors that are difficult to control.I can help you 'evolve' out of your particular problem. I am supportive and reality based while I can always find humor in the worst and the best of times. Together we can turn this all around and get you to where you want to be.
(917) 725-5173
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“Looking for someone to talk with? Feeling anxious, worried, or sad? Troubles at work? Want to discuss a relationship? Have concerns about your children or other family members? Looking for a therapist for your child? I meet with people for psychotherapy: individual, child & adolescent, parent, couples, and group modalities.
(347) 308-5178
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Come as you are. If you are worried, angry, disappointed in yourself or others in your life - whatever it is, we'll work to understand it in detail. We'll draw on everything you know about the situation at hand, and consider what may not be apparent to you.
(646) 832-4341
Brooklyn, New York 11217
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